VS .net project setting question

This is a discussion on VS .net project setting question within the C++ Programming forums, part of the General Programming Boards category; below is a link for a "character set" setting... http://img19.photobucket.com/albums/...r/untitled.jpg please explain what different values for this seting mean... i ...

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    VS .net project setting question

    below is a link for a "character set" setting...

    http://img19.photobucket.com/albums/...r/untitled.jpg

    please explain what different values for this seting mean...

    i making a unicode-aware program and i have a message box which supposed to show message in russian...
    i found out that value of the above setting ("character set") if set to "unicode" makes the russian message unreadable whle with other two values message box shows correct text....

    and on the same subject... if i write in VS editor text say on russian or in chinese, when the program compiles what will be the nature of strings? will they be a unicode string=wide-character string?

    thanks

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    search the internet for information on creating Unicode applications. Also, the VS .net help files have a large amount of information on character sets and Unicode.
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